National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week raises public awareness about the need for and value of adult education and family literacy. Its goal is to leverage resources that support access to basic education programs for the 36 million U.S. adults with low literacy skills. Adult Education and Family Literacy Week: September 23 – 29, 2018 This annual event underscores the continued demand for programs and services for adult students who need to improve basic skills in reading, writing, and math and obtain a high school equivalency certificate.
Student. As you work to improve your reading, writing, English, or math, we have some tools to help. Here are some examples: Documents to help you improve your writing or test taking skills.; Websites to help you learn English or practice your reading skills in real life situations.; Reading activities you can do with your children. Resources on the 2020 Census to ensure as full a count as possible of adult learners and their families and codependents. AEFL Week Fact Sheet linking adult low literacy to income inequality and parenting; NCL messaging specifically designed for direct service providers, prospective donors, and policy makers that can be distributed for AEFL Week.
Sep 22, 2016 · Next week (September 26 – October 1) is National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week. It is a week to raise awareness about the need and value of adult education and family literacy. This is an opportunity to elevate adult education and family literacy nationwide with policymakers, the media and the community. Role: To oversee activities associated with making and maintaining appropriate and productive tutor/student matches. These include maintaining contact with tutors quarterly to assess if the matches are progressing well and meeting monthly with the Program Staff to coordinate Tutor/Student activities for the Adult Tutoring Program.